ForgedReality wrote on Oct 15, 2015, 12:32:
RE: The Most Mysterious Star in Our Galaxy
Highly, highly, HIGHLY doubt it.
Who is it? Justin Bieber?
It is mysterious. I'm not saying it's aliens
, but what could block up to 22% of a star's light? They've ruled out a protoplanetary disk. I'm sure it's something mundane like two planets colliding that left a big mess, and once we get the Webb telescope in orbit we'll fund out what it is. Remember that "face" on mars
taken by Viking? When Mars Global Surveyor took a look at it, it turned out to be just another mountain
If it was alien structures, they'd have to be massive, like millions and millions of square miles, to block that much light. It's almost inconceivable.
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